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Allan J Withers
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Canadair CT 114 Tutor, 153, Golden Centennaires RCAF, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan 1967.

August 3, 2019 · in Aviation · · 30 · 2.4K

, a few small modifications, finished in Floquil bright gold and Humbrol enamels with Future over Leading edge decals.

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30 responses

  1. Looks smashing, Allan! Marvelous paint job, absolutely flawless. The gold nuance looks spot on. You really churn out aircraft like no one else.

  2. Beautifully finished, Allan...puts me in mind of those "Golden Hawk" F-86 Sabres with a similar paint scheme.

  3. Great job Allan. I started doing its bigger brother years ago and was stopped by the wing/fuselage join. Might have to take a second look at it now

  4. Another beauty, Allan! great finish and scheme. I think I did a Golden Hawks T-33 years back.

  5. Beautifully done, Allan!

  6. Absolutely beautiful Allan. Wonderful colorscheme.

  7. Looks good Allen, I like it.

  8. As bob says, very pretty. Unusual subject and in great colours.

    ‘Like’ this a lot.

  9. Hello Allan,
    Quite a remarkable and difficult paint scheme. The bright gold looks smashing.
    Overall I am impressed with the superb finish.
    Regards, Dirk

  10. Really nice. Lots of folks don't know about the Snowbirds' predecessors.

    38 years ago I got "the ride of my life" up at Reno...

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  11. Lovely looking Tutor in a striking colour scheme.
    Really nice build Allan.

  12. That is an absolute gem!

  13. You definitely have a knack for unusual subjects in unusual schemes! And they always turn out so nicely pristine. Well done - another looker for the cabinet.

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